Challenges and Opportunities in the Regulatory Governance of Circular Economy: The Case of Food Waste

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OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato10 jun. 2018
StatusIkke-udgivet - 10 jun. 2018
BegivenhedAnnual Meeting on Law and Society Toronto 2018: Law at the Crossroads : Le droit à la croisée des chemins - Sheraton Center, Toronto, Canada
Varighed: 7 jun. 201810 jun. 2018
http://www.lawandsociety.org/Toronto2018/toronto2018.html

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KonferenceAnnual Meeting on Law and Society Toronto 2018
LokationSheraton Center
LandCanada
ByToronto
Periode07/06/201810/06/2018
AndetFor thousands of years the place where the City of Toronto is located has been a crossroad where many peoples have met and had fruitful exchanges. According to some Indigenous knowledge keepers, the word “Toronto” comes from the Wendat term for a fishing weir constructed of sticks standing in the water. Lake and river fishing has been an important activity for the area’s many Indigenous peoples, including Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee, Mississauga and Chippewa. The Indigenous knowledge frameworks and laws of the peoples of this area encourage a multilayered understanding of an item such as a fishing weir in terms of its natural, sacred, practical and social meanings.<br/><br/>The area continues to be home to many Indigenous people from all over Canada and beyond, but Toronto has also been shaped by immigration flows from many parts of the world, with about half of its current residents being born outside of Canada.<br/><br/>The Law and Society Association and the Canadian Law and Society Association hope that our joint meeting in Toronto will be creative and fruitful, in keeping with the traditional use of this land as a gathering place, and that visitors to the area will take the opportunity to make new connections not only with one another but also with diverse local communities.
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    Chatzopoulou, S. (2018). Challenges and Opportunities in the Regulatory Governance of Circular Economy: The Case of Food Waste. Afhandling præsenteret på Annual Meeting on Law and Society Toronto 2018, Toronto, Canada.
    Chatzopoulou, Sevasti. / Challenges and Opportunities in the Regulatory Governance of Circular Economy : The Case of Food Waste. Afhandling præsenteret på Annual Meeting on Law and Society Toronto 2018, Toronto, Canada.
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